dolphin cruise

dolphin cruiseA few 30A-lovers might recall the 1964 TV series that featured the famous bottle-nosed dolphin Flipper. Who wouldn’t love to see a Flipper? That Technicolor-inspired dream could become a reality in the waters and along Scenic Highway 30A’s coastline. Here’s what you need to know if you’re interested in going on a dolphin cruise.

The presence of Flipper’s friends is a constant reminder that the Northwest Florida coast vibrates almost all year.

Dolphins can be found in bays, tidal lake, and open ocean beaches that have water depths of at least 8-10 feet. However, they are often seen here chasing mullet through the bay and Gulf waters which are 2 feet or less.

These geophysical spots are common along the scenic stretch of South Walton, from Miramar Beach up to Inlet Beach and all other places in-between.

Dolphin Cruise Tips

A dolphin tour North Myrtle Beach or dolphin swim tour is a great way to see these animals in their natural habitat. The experts will guide you to the right spot.

The warm-water environment that dolphins love is what accounts for their large population year round along Northwest Florida’s coast. The region is dominated by males, but the females do visit the area seasonally to mate (between May-August), which increases both the population and the chance of seeing them.

Although wild dolphins are known for being friendly towards humans, touching them is illegal and can result in a fine of up to several thousand dollars. Because studies have shown that feeding dolphins, especially in close proximity to humans, can cause serious damage to their ability to live in wild habitats, these fines work.

Dolphins can touch humans, but they are also curious and will often make contact with them (often swimming alongside kayaks, paddleboards, or boats). Each dolphin is unique, just like every human. You can often hear them giving their characteristic “whistles”, or performing “aquatic-acrobatic turns” and “whistles”.

Here are some tips and reminders when you go on a jet ski dolphin cruise Myrtle Beach SC. Mid-morning, between 10 a.m. to noon, and 2 p.m. to sunset are the best times of the day to spot dolphins.

We ask that you do not touch or feed our friends. It is illegal and a danger to the dolphins. It is fine to look, but don’t touch the dolphins.

Please be aware of dolphins and other sea-dwelling creatures if you are operating a boat or any other aquatic vessel. Human negligence in the operation and maintenance of anchors, propellers, and other boat-related equipment can lead to serious injuries. resulting in numerous injuries or deaths for dolphins.

Call Action Water Sportz now if you are interested in going on a dolphin cruise in Myrtle Beach.

Action Water Sportz
1525 13th Ave N
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 280-4100

Action Water Sportz Little River
4430 Kingsport Road
Little River SC 29566